Stephen Hui is the communications lead for British Columbia at the Pembina Institute.
Prior to joining the Pembina Institute in 2015, Stephen was the web editor and technology editor at the Georgia Straight newspaper. His articles and photos have appeared in Le Journal de Montréal, the Toronto Sun, the Vancouver Sun, Wild Coast Magazine, and many other publications. In 2009, Stephen won a Canadian Ethnic Media Association Award in the print category.
A Simon Fraser University graduate, Stephen holds a bachelor’s degree in geography. He lives in Vancouver, which lies in the territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. In his spare time, Stephen can be found hiking in the Coast Mountains and writing about the outdoors.
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Stephen Hui's Recent Publications
This Pembina Institute infographic outlines the potential environmental impacts of the $36-billion PNW LNG project in the context of B.C.'s new climate plan, released on August 19.
Four ways the B.C. government could make good on the promise of the Paris Agreement and Vancouver Declaration, and deliver the courageous Climate Leadership Plan we need.
In the coming weeks, the Pembina Institute will host a series of webinars to help British Columbians engage in the provincial government’s process for developing its next climate-change plan.
Eight candidates responded to our 2016 B.C. Byelection Candidate Survey, including those of the B.C. Green Party, B.C. Liberal Party and B.C. NDP.
Vancouver–Mount Pleasant and Coquitlam–Burke Mountain candidates’ responses to the Pembina Institute's 2016 B.C. Byelection Candidate Survey.